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Red Branch Bushcraft Summer Camp

163 Longfield Road, Forkhill, Newry, County Armagh, BT35 9SE


Summer camp @ Red Branch Bushcraft

Do you Want to get your kids outside more?
Learn more about the natural world?
Learn about wildlife tracks and Signs
Learn how to survive the zombie apocalypse ?

Well, this is perfect for them.

While at the camp they will learn all about shelter building, fire lighting and fire safety, Wildlife id and tracking, Tree and Plant Id and loads more, all in a safe and controlled environment.

Summer camp is based around fire lighting and shelter/ den building. it starts with basic fires and fire safety and moves on to more advanced fire craft, they also get in-depth instruction in how to build a survival/Bushcraft shelter, and of course they will be building one themselves.

Runs from 10am - 1pm Monday to Friday.

Everything is provided except food, so they will need a packed lunch, but they do get marshmallows and hot chocolate each day.

Discount available for family/multiple bookings
Send me a pm for more info and bookings, place are strictly limited to 10
ages 7+
the cost per child is £75 for the week. Family bookings are £70 per child
Pre-booking is essential and I will need a deposit to secure their place. Deposits can be paid via PayPal at
camp 1 3rd - 7th July FULL
camp 2 10th - 14th July
camp 3 17th - 21st July
camp 4 24th - 28th July
camp 5 31st July - 4th Aug
camp 6 7th - 11th Aug
camp 7 14th - 18th Aug
camp 8 21st - 25th Aug
camp 9 28th Aug- 1st September

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